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-stars weigh in on battleground america. >>> and against all odds, after sandusky, penn state's incredible comeback. my exclusive interview with the coach of the year. >>> and a reunion with a dear old friend whose bark is as bad as her bite. sharon osbourne. her incredible year of highs and lows and how she's rebuilding her life after facing a terrible health prognosis. >> i couldn't see myself going through chemoagain. >> this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> good evening. who ever thinks the american dream is dead or dying should meet mark and cindy hill, a missouri couple who live a very ordinary life. at least that's what they were doing until wednesday and a little thing called power ball came along. sure, the odds were 1 in 175 million, but like everybody else in america, pretty much everyone else, they bought a ticket. wouldn't you know it, they won. sharing the jackpot with another lucky winner. today, the hills are holding a check in their hands for a cool $293 million. not surprisingly, they are in a state of shock. while we wait for them to absorb what's happened, i talked to two
in the country. that will dry up. we are committed to making penn affordable for the undergraduates which costs $181 million a year. that's twice the amount it costs us eight years august because we ramped up financial aid, and the more unemployment terrorist in the country, the more we spend on financial aid, and it would be a tragedy if the country moved in a direction to make education less affordable so, we, as a university, are very dependent and very concerned about the fiscal health of the country. >> host: are you also in the classroom here at the university? >> guest: i do enjoy teaching, and i take every opportunity to meet with students to tox r talk to students and teach in the spare time. >> host: what does a provost do, and how long were you at princeton? >> guest: i was at princeton for 28 years from the time i got my ph.d. to the time i came to penn, and i was deep of the faculty at simpson since the chief academic and chief financial officer at princeton so the provost works closely with the president. >> host: what's the learning curve on being a president of the university? >
are off to a good start with no delays on the penn, camden, and brunswick lines. light rail is on schedule and so is the metro subway appeared the 70 best using arundel mills circle drive through the holiday season. i am kurt kronke. now back to john collins. >> good morning. thank you. we have rain coming in. i will show you the progress the storm -- the rain is making. it is to the west of us. most significant is up in pennsylvania approaching harrisburg. another branch in the bay of the stage. it may ease update labatt this afternoon. this rain chance will be with us for the next few days as the front stalls of the the area. 42 was the high at the airport yesterday. the morning low was 27. we expect the high today to be better than 42. 50 might be a tough breach. 35 in easton. ocean city is right that freezing. parkton, 34. 34 at frederick. 43 at oakland. temperatures are near freezing in some of the valleys. light rain and drizzle could be freezing drizzle or light freezing rain fall, a special on roads without a deep bed on them. here is the storm at the front is back in the midwest.
larry can afford it. i know. that's why i'm glad i got a policy through the colonial penn program. do you think they have coverage for me... something that'll fit into my budget? yes. you can get permanent coverage for less than 35 cents a day. if you're between 50 and 85, your acceptance is guaranteed. you won't have to take a physical or answer any health questions. plus, your costs will never go up and your coverage will never go down. i'm going to give them a call. if you're between 50 and 85, then you should call about the colonial penn program now. for less than 35 cents a day you can get affordable life insurance with guaranteed acceptance. there are no health questions or medical exam. you cannot be turned down because of your health. so, whether you're getting new insurance or supplementing coverage you already have call about the colonial penn program, and ask one of their representatives about a plan that meets your needs. i've put this off long enough. i'm definitely gonna call about the colonial penn program. "this is george. he is a good little monkey and always very
is diverting. the number 10 bus diverting at lombard. no delays on the buses, marc trains. the penn, camden, and brunswick lines is on schedule. dress warmly this morning. that is dit. here is ava marie. >> yesterday storm is tracking at the northeast coast. a couple of sprinkles moving through delaware and impacting the lower eastern shore. nothing to worry about. we have some snow in pennsylvania. more rain and snow tracking into philadelphia. there could be some problems on the roads. the roads are still wet. view of the wider radar. it continues to move off the coast. heavy snow falling in upstate new york and into maine. temperatures are much better than what it could be. we are mostly above the freezing mark. 37 at the airport. we are close to the freezing mark. i would worry about the northern areas near the pennsylvania line for bloack ice. the gusts possibly up to 45 miles per hour today. that could possibly bring down some tree limbs. high temperatures will basically now.ver they are we drop down into the 20's tonight. things will be quiet on friday. another storm system is moving
a policy through the colonial penn program. do you think they have coverage for me... you can get permanent coverage for less than 35 cents a day. you won't have to take a physical or answer any health questions. plus, your costs will never go up and your coverage will never go down. if you're between 50 and 85, for less than 35 cents a day. there are no health questions or medical exam. you cannot be turned down because of your health. so call about the colonial penn program, and ask one of their representatives about a plan that meets your needs. >> eliot: opponents of right-to-work laws argue that what those laws really do as president obama said yesterday is provide the right to work for less. proponents of right to work laws claim the laws spur economic growth and grant workers the freedom of choice. so who's right and who's wrong? joining me now to answer the question is mike elk a labor reporter for in these times. thanks for joining us. >> great to be on the show, eliot. >> eliot: who do you think gets the better about th
it in the book. it was made by irving penn, the great 20th century portrait photographer verboten magazine and actually appeared in "vogue" magazine, although it took me several months to figure out exactly when and where.ccc any event committee was madecc in 1951, so it hasn't been seenc about six decades since the last photograph of rachel carson. by far the best photographs of her ever taken. she would've been 44 years old in this photograph and i just think it's terrific. penn actually shot it this way. it's not cropped. that's the way he photographed. looking around this audience tonight, i suspect most of you know who rachel carson is, but i can tell you generally that is not the case with a lot of people. baby boomers and people older than baby researcher amber carson and her work and young people in high school and college are studying rachel carson again in environmental studies classes and they are more likely to know who person was. but in between is a great doughnut hole. i thought that people don't don't know rachel carson, don't know "silent spring" and as a result don't
're pledging $20 million for further research at the university -- penn university to bring the treatment to the market. but unbelievable. if you think of something as negative as hiv and they're using hiv to -- it's unbelievable that they would use that to -- >> you look at that little girl, $20 million, well spent. amazing. >>> still ahead, fans of the late singer jenni rivera are in mourning as her family shares their emotions for the first time with the media. >>> up next, we'll go to miami beach where rivera's death hit especially hard. you're watching "world news now." >>> latin >>> latin superstar jenni rivera had millions of fans, and they're all now mourning the loss after she died in a plane crash on sunday. but her family, they are suffering the most. >> later today, they'll set out to mexico where her plane went down, but they are holding on to the slimmest of hopes that they'll find her alive. >> we thank god for the life he's given my sister, for all the triumphs and the successes she's had. we expect there will be more in the future. >> that was one of jenni's four brothers
it this time. i think we can. melissa says it is on us now. call write your congress penn. let's go to carol in pennsylvania. >> caller: hi, how are you? >> stephanie: good. go ahead. >> caller: congress is only going to answer to the special interest people such as the koch brothers who have done nothing and will continue to do nothing but evil. and this shooting will probably go unanswered. i don't know what we can do about the koch brothers but somebody has to stop them and i don't know who that might be because -- >> stephanie: carol, this is becoming less and less partisan if you listen to the joe scarboroughs and the people on both sides at this point saying we've got to have -- again it is reasonable gun laws. that's all we're talking about. jay carney yesterday at the white house. >> he's actively supportive of, for example senator feinstein's stated intent to revive a piece of legislation that would reinstate the assault weapons ban. >> stephanie: see. becoming more and more my favorite movie the america
. >>> penn state university is about to begin paying up for the jerry sandusky child abuse scandal. the ncaa issued the school a $60 million fine into the wake of the investigation into the sandusky scandal. they said the university will make the first of five annual $12 million payments. the money will be used to combat child sex abuse and help victims. >>> we have an update this afternoon, on former president george h.w. bush. the 41st president has been in the hospital in houston for three weeks for a bronchitis- related cough. doctors say the 88-year-old remains in stable condition. they say he does continue to improve, but they are in no hurry to release him. >>> well, with the fiscal deadline now just three weeks away, there is some optimism. a deal is in the works, following a face-to-face meeting between president obama and house speaker john boehner. danielle nottingham reports for we'll wjz, wash -- wjz, washington. >>> president obama is selling his plan to avoid the fiscal cliff to auto dealers near detroit. >> i want us to bring dow
at the university of penn, what is your reaction to the photographer? what do you say? >> my reaction to the photographer is my reaction to all the photographs that appear in my book that depict pictures of war, pictures of terror, pictures of natural disaster. all of which have been capsized in this moment of people facing death, and my argument has long been that if they're willing to read the news about these events, we should be willing to see the pictures of these events the pictures do different things, but there are no less important as vehicles of affirmation relayed and other words. so as long as we keep saying, i want to know about this event, but i don't want to see pictures about it, we are not privileging , not excepting, not recognizing how images bring us into the news in a way that is different from words. >> well, someone argue that this image we are about to show here in about to die is very different than an image of a man on a train track are a woman jumping out of a building. what are we seeing here? >> we are seeing here is a kevin carter image that was taken in
the late penn state football coach joe paterno is gone. >> the british people are going gaga for the diamond jubilee. >> ryan lochte. >> someone sold photographs of britain's prince harry naked dug a strip billiards game. >> what went wrong? why now? >> isaac is forcing some changes at the republican convention. >> what do you mean shut up? >> thank you. >> christopher stevens and three other embassy staff, they are dead. >> we will bring those to justice who committed these murders. >> all the effects of hurricane sandy already. >> sandy's
things to bring up here. as we all remember, he was the penn state assistant football coach convicted in june on 45 counts of child sex abuse. he's now serving 30 to 60 years in prison. jerry sandusky says that he has now focused or he is focused on his appeal. he's got a hearing that i believe is set for january 10th on his pretrial motions. guys, there's a newspaper in northeastern pennsylvania that says sandusky sent a handwritten note saying he is trying to endure, and there was a lot more to it than that, but i'll leave it at that, and learn from his circumstances but had this to say about his trial -- nobody who covered the case or reported it had the time or took the time study the allegations, the accusere accuserers, the inconsistent, and the method. justice and fairness were not a focus. avery, i'll begin with you. do you think he might have a point that this was such a heinous crime to be charged with that people did not focus on fact? >> well, i think jerry sandusky is no less unrepentant and delusional as he was for actually going on 15 years at this point. look, there ma
absolutely know for a fact there are some young scientists, including places like harvard and penn who made career decision was respect to certain fields because they feel as though there may not be a future in those fields. >> we have time for a number of questions. somebody have a -- >> i just want to jump in. to what glenn said i do think when we talk about what the government has to do in the upcoming let's say year, two years, i do think obviously getting over the fiscal cliff the deal, getting closer to balancing the budget, which i think is still very important in the mindset of businesses and this government, that we learn to do that. but i do hope because of all the discussion that tax reform is something that is taken seriously for this year. i think it's well overdue. it's been posited as something that should be done now. it's obviously doesn't have time to do it before december 31. i think that there's a real opportunity to make a lot of the changes that we have talked with through -- about through tax reform. and it will give businesses a lot of the assurances they need that t
is exploring a run for the u.s. senate in 2014. >>> former penn state defensive coordinator jerry sandusky, responded to an interview request with a pennsylvania newspaper with a letter from prison, written on a small scrap of paper. sandusky says he wants to talk to the citizens voice newspaper but told to keep quiet by his attorneys as they appeal his conviction for sexually abuses ten boys. he says he spends 23 hours a day in his cell at a supermax security prison. >>> the end of an era. "newsweek" released the cover of its final print edition. it includes an archive picture and #lastprintissue. the magazine can no longer keep producing the print version it will continue in the new year as a digital only publication. >>> and in sports, the seattle seahawks making a statement, stopping the division rival 49ers 42-13. the rookie russell wilson threw four touchdown passes and hawks ran back and blocked a field goal 90 yards for another score. seattle clinched a playoff place with this. major, major rally. >>> elves and dwavshs. working top cruise at the box office. "the hobbit," earning an
's a good thing you had life insurance through the colonial penn program. you're right. it was affordable, and we were guaranteed acceptance. guaranteed acceptance? it means you can't be turned down because of your health. you don't have to take a physical or answer any health questions. well, how do you know? did you speak to alex trebek? because i have a policy myself. it costs just $9.95 a month per unit. it's perfect for my budget. affordable coverage and guaranteed acceptance? we should give them a call. do you want to help protect your loved ones from the burden of final expenses? if you're between 50 and 85, you can get quality insurance that does not require any health questions or a medical exam. your rate of $9.95 a month per unit will never increase and your coverage will never decrease. so call now and ask one of their representatives about a plan that meets your needs. go call now! we'll finish up here. oh it's clearance time! yeah, our low prices are even lower. we need to teach her how to walk. she is taking up valuable cart space. aren't you, honey? [ male announcer ] it
for that cause. absolutely. >> 8, fiscal cliff, 7, u.s. economy. 6, penn state. 5, libya. 4 obama care. why did obama care rise again? >> you know, it seemed people felt that story was never going to go away. it actually started last year, went through this year and is still an unending story. we don't know. people felt it affected their readers, their constituents. >> obviously the supreme court story was huge. but also the election was huge as well where you had a lot of republicans say okay. we'll basically -- it's been, you know, verified by the american people. >> this was the first year i went back, since 1996, that a presidential election did not make the number one spot. it is pretty unusual. it's because of newtown. >> number 3, superstorm. obviously a huge storm, had a devastating impact on the tri-state area. >> in a normal year that would have been the number one story. it was a very complicated news year and it got knocked down to 3. >> you're right the u.s. election would have been the top story of the year. quite an election. >> almost any time. this is a fascinating election wit
in the country, do not passenger traffic at penn station in new york has in the same day. try it. it is really a delight to go through the space that you have to. >> i traveled through penn station every day, and i realize it is a critical piece of infrastructure. >> absolutely. want to ask mr. once deeweins, this is a question in the news and a question about whether restoring the real cars, these rail yards, which experienced severe damage, and what prompted the decision to restore rail cars at those sites? >> yes, mr. chairman. the decision to put the equipment in this box, first of all, the maintenance complex in carney has at any given time a couple hundred cars they're lined up for inspection, maintenance, repair, and all that. in making the decisions where we put equipment, and we put in about 20 locations around the state, in real yards in three states, york, pennsylvania, and in our own state, but based on the information that we had, in terms of what the likelihood flooding occurring at the meadowlands maintenance complex or act the part of hoboken terminal where the hoboken yard whe
. penn is well represented, as well as harvard. >> you have the terrible squeeze. harvard does a fantastic job. a lot of private institutions, a kid will end up with $100,000 in debt. public education is cutting back. it is a terrible squeeze. >> some of the work being done to integrate and we talk about the dangers of universities and businesses getting together. one thing we can do is create the ability for the schools at all levels to teach kids things that local employers need to be employed. then teach them something about shakespeare and the constitution and make them good citizens. give them skills that allow them to support themselves in the marketplace of the future. >> community colleges have been an engine but we're cutting back on community colleges. >> we talk about the full range of this. support of universities. more money is better. a business person thinks less money is better. today it is cheaper to start a business because all the tools are now available on the web. we have taken the cost of innovation down enormously. there are ways in which we can reduce th
of sexual abuse. former penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky sentenced to at least 30 years behind bars for sexually abusing young boys. the late -- [inaudible] of the bbc accused of abusing girls he helped with his tv show, and the secret service gone wild as a dozen agents are implicated for hiring prostitutes during a presidential trip to colombia. a difficult year for business leaders as well. >> we made a mistake, i'm absolutely responsible -- in the chief executive of barclays steps down after allegedly manipulating interest rates. and a yahoo ceo resigning for falsifying academic credentials. but what could be more scandalous than the world of politics? jesse jackson jr. goes mia for several months, it's later discovered he's receiving treatment for bipolar depression. federal authorities are looking into whether jackson jr. was skimming campaign funds to remodel his house. the congressman later resigned. a beleaguered gsa accused of wasting your tax dollars, this worker raps about how he dreams of being the commissioner and wasting the government's money on cash bonuses to his f
dream of jeannie." and joe paterno was sullied by the child sex abuse scandal at penn state that broke just before his death in january. etta james died in january 50 years after her version of "at last" became a must at millions of weddings. whitney houston died in february. ♪ i will always love you ♪ >> donna summer, in may. and some unique sounds fell silent, too, those are marvin hamlisch, dave brubeck, whose "take five" remains recognizable to grandchildren and grandparents, and doc watson, the man who brought bluegrass music millions despite a lifetime of blindness. >> the time has come to begin the healing. >> former senator george mcgovern who lost in a record landslide to richard nixon in the 1972 presidential election died, and hawaiian senator daniel inouye who served in the senate and the army in world war ii because as a japanese american he thought it his only way to prove his loyalty to america. >> and just in the last week, jack klugman and charles durning. you've heard of 3-d ultrasound, and now there's 3-d mammogr >> in this morning's medical alert, a new study fi
through the colonial penn program. you're right. it was affordable, and we were guaranteed acceptance. guaranteed acceptance? it means you can't be turned down because of your health. you don't have to take a physical or answer any health questions. well, how do you know? did you speak to alex trebek? because i have a policy myself. it costs just $9.95 a month per unit. it's perfect for my budget. affordable coverage and guaranteed acceptance? we should give them a call. do you want to help protect your loved ones from the burden of final expenses? if you're between 50 and 85, you can get quality insurance that does not require any health questions or a medical exam. your rate of $9.95 a month per unit will never increase and your coverage will never decrease. so call now and ask one of their representatives about a plan that meets your needs. go call now! we'll finish up here. >>> now we want the take another look at a story we first told you about this summer. when you think about carnegie hall, the inchesmages that come to mind are likely renowned musicians performing in a hall
conversation yesterday with penn jillette. >> oh, boy, i saw him the other night. >> alisyn: always thought provoking and he is an atheist and he, you know, he's the person who feels there shouldn't be any christmas trees on public property, in the privacy of your own home do what you want, but why foist it on everybody else. but of course, you the other argument is why not have everybody celebrate something. whatever you're celebrating. why do the minority of atheists want to take away the christmas tree, why not add whatever you want to celebrate, make it a festive season is the othergument. >> dave: it becomes a problem when you're catering to this tiny minority to your point, are you making decisions in favor of two or three people over 2 or 3,000 people and that's the time i think you cross over and begin to say, all right, do the atheists have more constitutional rights in this case than the masses? >> yeah, let us know how you feel about this, friends@foxnews.com or ffn on twitter. and is tour bow tax tim the best kind of help fix the problem. a man who couldn't figure out his own ta
compromised was, we decided not to bring donny deutsch on to talk about being a penn grad. >> that's true. that's a black eye on the legacy of the institution. i'm so sorry. >> went to wharton. >> joining us now, the president of the university of pennsylvania, amy gutmann, the co-author of the book "the spirit of compromise: why governing demands it and campaigning undermines it." i wonder if there's no better example than right now. >> yeah. we're in the midst of the perfect storm and the only solution to it is compromise. and for once, compromise isn't a dirty word in washington these days because they realize that as you saw even business leaders who stand to pay more with tax rate increases, joe, are in favor of them now. and why? because they know it's going to be part of a compromise. >> you say it's not a dirty word anymore. i agree. i just wonder if it still means what it means anymore? because when we get to something, it's not going to be -- i mean, i think probably the president will get what he wants out of it. i think the polls are leaning in his way. >> let me just stop you
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